We love our students!
Mrs. Cannon's 6th grade GT along with Jack Smith, Charles Hoof and 5th grade GT student Connor Rambo participated in a paper roller coaster competition using physics. Their tracks had to measure at least 300 meters but not more than 600. They rolled a marble down the tracks and the slower the time the better. All of our students were on different teams from the Co-Op area. Connor Rambo was on the winning team, Jack Smith 2nd, Taykeetria Rogers 3rd, and Lauren Brown 4th!
JCHS science teachers Mrs. Larsen & Mrs. Shultz along with agriculture teacher Ms. Leigh sponsored a special Earth Day event for our elementary students! JCHS students helped with the event! It's great to have hands-on activities for our students to see how important our world is to each of us!
There is no substitute for books in the life of a child. ~ Mary Ellen Chase
Mrs. Hammett's Fourth graders having fun doing shaving cream math! The students needed some fun because of the stress from the Benchmark Tests!
Benchmark Pep Rally!!!
Mrs. Owens's Family and Consumer Science classes taught the kindergarten and 1st grade classes a little about the new structure of the Food Guide Pyramid!
Congratulations 2013 Science Fair Winners!!!
Second grader Jacob Caldwell is the winner of the El Dorado News-Times Recipe Contest!
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Robin Bridges, Janie Garner, Glenda Parker, and Cynthia Ford from the Union County Extension Office came and planted tomato seeds with the 4th graders. The students will take care of their tomato plants and be judged on how well their plant grew!
Miss Thurlkill's and Mrs. Hammett's third and fourth graders competed to find out who knew the most multiplication facts.
THE FOURTH GRADE WON THE COMPETITION!
This was a fun and exciting experience for the students!!!
- 1st place Fourth grader Cameron Frazier
- 2nd place Third grader Ayden Howe
- 3rd place Devontay Gilbert
Third grade students present their research projects to K-1 classes!
Spelling Bee Champion and Runner-Up!
Math is better with chocolate!!!
Mrs. Hammett's students use a Hershey Bar to learn about fractions!! YUM!!!
Cookies for Santa!
4th Grader Gabe Richard along with his mom, Tania Trosclair and
sister, Arlie Richard help Mrs. Hammett's & Mrs. Brantley's classes decorate Christmas cookies!
"You're a mean one, Mr. Grinch!"
Miss Logue & Mrs. Burroughs' classes celebrated the upcoming Christmas Holiday by enjoying the book "How The Grinch Stole Christmas" read by Cindy Lou Who (Miss Logue)
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!!!
Learning about History!
Mrs. Brantley's 4th graders studied about the Pilgrims & Native Americans. They made Birch Bark Canoe models and tested them to see if they would float.
WE LOVE GARDENING!
Kindergarten & First Grade students learned all about blood, plasma, germs and hygiene when Mrs. Debbie McAdams came to visit. The students enjoyed making Plasma Soup!
Mrs. Hammett's students using microscopes with Mrs. Johnson from the SAU Science Department. We looked at pond water to see living things moving!
We're WILD about animals!
Laura Rogers of the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission teaches 1st graders about wild and domestic animals!
Mrs. Hammett's 4th Graders participated in a science activity with Mrs. Susan Johnson, Science Specialist from SAU. The students were classifying Aliens!
Arkansas State Trooper Jeff Hust recently visited with Mrs. Tina Burroughs' 1st graders! The students were learning about community helpers. They invited Trooper Hust to share his job experiences with their class.
Mrs. Burroughs' 1st grade math students used 2D shapes to create a new composite shape. They had to identify the shapes and the number of that particular shape used!
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